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that americans are too educated to do. >> susie: so what does this mean for your, the group that you represent, there are many small businesses. they hire a lot of less skills immigrants. is this going to help or hurt them. is it going to create more competition for those small businesses? >> no those the employers i represent desperately want a legal way to hire low-skilled workers. they're running restaurants. they're running food processing operations they're running hotels and they face a choice right now. they hire workers and they run them through the system but they're never sure if those cards are accurate or not. whether the system is really accurate. they want ways to hire legal immigrants so that they're not putting their businesses at riskment and ideally this will offer that both by legalizing people already here but also creating a line for workers to come in in the future a pipeline for legal low skilled workers to enter the country. >> how do they feel about this framework, a lot of new rules will come into play here, employee verification papers, things like that. what how doe
of our colleges and universities. >> reporter: his call to give more education money to poor schools possibly at the expense of richer suburban districts. >> i'm being asked to vote against the interests of my school district for the betterment of the state. that's a tough question for legislators to deal with. >> reporter: but whatever the fight, brown seems determined for as the little engine said as it pushed the big train up the mountain. >> i think i can, i think i can. i think i can. and over the mountain the little engine went.
and reform education here in the u.s. gates is attending the world economic forum in davos, switzerland which every year attracts the globe's top leaders. anthony mason talked to gates today about the progress that he's making against diseases that kill children by the millions. >> reporter: you're a regular here at davos. what's the value in coming here for you? >> there's great opportunity to meet with corporate leaders, government leaders, talk about the foundation's partnership with them. i get up to date and i'd have to fly a lot of places to do the equivalent. >> reporter: in the corridors and meeting rooms in davos, the world's most prominent philanthropist is keeping up his campaign to help the poorest children of the world. a top priority of the bill and melinda gates foundation has been to eradicate polio. the gates have committed a billion dollars to fighting the disease and almost beaten it. >> we started with 400,000 kids a year being paralyzed and now less than 250,000. so we're pretty close. >> reporter: what's the next mountain to climb here? >> well, the -- the figure we alwa
the signs when a woman comes in who has had a history of violence, but in educating women of empowering them. >> pelley: jon, thanks very much. catholic schools all over the country have been closing because of financial problems. the new york archdiocese said yesterday it is closing 22 elementary schools, including this one: blessed sacrament in the bronx, whose alumni include supreme court justice sonia sotomayor. cbs news' "60 minutes" was there when she urged students to shoot for the moon in their careers. from the heavens to the deep blue sea, we learned today that scientists have captured for the very first time images of the mysterious giant squid. have a look at this. marine biologists found it in its natural habitat off the coast of japan. it's 26 feet long. we're going to have more on this discovery on the broadcast tomorrow night. life may be getting a whole lot better for these chimps. we'll tell you why in a minute. we're all having such a great year in the gulf we've decided to put aside our rivalry. 'cause all our states are great. and now is when the gulf gets even better. t
to deal with this not just with our gun control but with a values-based education. >> how dare you? >> reporter: he made his frustration clear at the height of the violence last summer. >> where were you raised and who raised you? >> reporter: who raised you. that resonated with a lot of people. there is a values piece where people are so -- i don't know, careless, dismissive, totally are devoid of any sense of right from wrong. >> reporter: cherylly chambers insists her son was different. >> ron any knew right from wrong. he wanted to change his life for his mother. he loved me and i loved him. >> reporter: but that love was not enough to keep him safe. dean reynolds, cbs news, chicago. >> pelley: the boy scouts of america announced today it may lift its ban on gays and lesbians. the organization said it is considering a new policy that would leave the issue up to local scout troops and their sponsors. in the year 2000, the supreme court upheld the ban. but the scouts have been losing some of their corporate and school sponsors. the national board is expected to make a decision on
in human beings that's education and so on. you need more investment in physical plant and equipment. and you need to promote technology. >> we're doing all those things, so you know we're not exactly getting a on any of them so it would be nice if we could get a on all of them and then we could do better. but i think it's unrealistic to think that growth is going to do the whole job. >> what about the federal reserve. it has its first meeting this year next week. is there anything more than the fed can do besides keeping interest rates superlow? >> not that much. the fed is more or less restricted to working on interest rates and things that are related closely related to interest rates. i think really if we're going to get a big push to growth it's got to come from the government. and believe it or not, i would add have kate another stimulus package. not as big as the of the lamented ones but another one followed of course coupled with deficit reduction. you don't want to let the budget just blow up >> susie: here's the latest on the boeing 787. the investigation into the cause of
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